Gerard's Herball is one of a kind and provides a unique insight into which plants were grown in the 16th century in England.
Toad lilies are not plants that I’ve been drawn to because the common name is so unappealing.
As I look at my garden, my eye goes to a few plants that I've had for years and feel I could not live without.
These are good plants for an informal, colorful, easy-care planting that will show up well from a distance.
The yellow and orange colors of the glads we have today came from the genetic legacy of a variety called Gladiolus primulinus.
Low growers are like the glue in garden beds, holding things together and making the garden look cohesive.